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Huobi Japan is the Japanese subsidiary of the cryptocurrency exchange Huobi had announced that they are officially supporting TRX on their platform starting tomorrow September 14th.

Users of the said crypto-asset exchange would be able to do conversions, deposits, and withdrawals.

Currently, the supported trading pairs for TRX are the following:

  • TRX / JPY
  • TRX / BTC
  • TRX / ETH

Huobi Japan is the newest crypto-asset exchange in the country to fully support TRX transactions asides from BitPoint Japan, which was the first one to list TRX in the said country.

Besides TRON’s very own TRX, Huobi Japan would lised QTUM (Quantum) on the crypto-asset exchange.

What is Huobi Japan?

Huobi Japan, also known as Huobi Japan Exchange is a digital asset trading platform and the Japanese subsidiary of the cryptocurrency exchange Huobi.

The company was established in Japan in September of 2016 and they have a headquarters located in Tokyo which is led by Haiteng Chen which is the CEO and president of Huobi Japan.

The said digital asset exchange also announced that they are setting up two cryptocurrency exchanges in the country through a partnership with the Japanese financial group called SBI Group.

Huobi Japan offers 21 trading pairs and provides their customers both crypto to crypto and fiat to crypto exchanges with low transaction fees when using their digital asset exchange platform.

What is TRON?

TRON is a blockchain-based decentralized platform that was founded by Justin Sun. TRON aims to create a free, global digital content entertainment system with distributed storage technology and allows easy and cost-effective sharing of digital content.

TRON is dedicated to building the infrastructure for a truly decentralized Internet and they have added blockchain support to different fields such as DeFi, NFT, and GameFi.

With Justin Sun’s leadership, TRON had elevated to great heights and continues to up its game when it comes to blockchain technology and fully supports the TRON community.

Like what we mentioned before and what did happen with Huobi Japan, we expect to see more Japanese-based cryptocurrency exchanges to list TRX in the future and let’s see if there would be a Japanese TRC20 token in the works soon.

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Jino Tokieda

Former EMEA/APAC Operations Executive for a global photography company with 5 years of experience working with top technology companies in the US and have been involved with cryptocurrencies since 2019. Always been a fan of TRON and started getting into the TRX scene around January 2020. Besides creating articles for Tron Spark, I'm a skateboarder and working for a coffee company in Fort Worth, Texas.

Huobi Japan: Newest Japan-Based Exchange Listing TRX